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Old 04-08-2005, 11:40 AM   #1
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Anyone drink beer for breakfast? Let me know how the rest of the day went? After they rode their bike for 20 miles came home and drank a beer. When they gave me one, hated to refuse. Today season opener for baseball and I guess they are anxious to have fun. This is NOT in my idea of having fun but I am not going. Seems I miss everything at times. Last year for the stadium as they have bigger and better for next year.

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Old 04-08-2005, 12:15 PM   #2
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Rats I thought you were serving breakfast, I could use some LOL. I admit I like Baseball to but I don't need to drink for breakfast. Unless Milk is ok LOL
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Old 04-08-2005, 09:57 PM   #3
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There have been a number of times I have had a Beer Breakfast, they generally follow a big night out, apart from on St. Paddy's day.

My college generally have what are called 'Recovery' days, always after a big night out like a Formal (5-6 hours all you can drink) then the following day, starting at about 9:30-10am we kick it all off again!

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I don't like beer but whenever we were on vacation husband always had a beer for breakfast. Then he developed an allergy to it, gave him terrible headaches. I'm sorry about the headaches but not about him not drinking beer for breakfast.
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I would be willing to start this but I have no beer at home .
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that would ruin my day. drinking in the morning just isn't necessary unless you want to pass out immediately.
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Old 04-11-2005, 10:30 AM   #7
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Well, I drank it and now can say I did it! It never even affected me. I normally don't drink a lot. Only wine due to fact supposedly good for you. I thought I would feel sleepy or numb and don't know why nothing different. Sure didn't drink any liqour rest of day. Our team won the ballgame. Since they are tearing the stadium down, thankful it was a winner on the opening day. Thanks for the comments. No one told me not to do it and didn't make me feel ashamed. Strange, you get certain age and wonder how you still want to please your parent. Guess that is how life goes. Thankful I had the mother I did. Hope I can be as nonjudgemental as you all were. One of my weaknesses is wanting everyone to have high standard and keep it. I should only look at my own life and not worry about others.
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